Hollywood Records has confirmed that the Jonas Brothers’ second album — which Hollywood Insider has heard is thisclose to being finished — will be released on July 8. No word yet on a title (or whether their Oliver Twist/Panic! At the Disco-inspired New Year’s look will carry over). Produced by John Fields (Rooney, Clay Aiken), who also manned the boards for the Bros.’ platinum-plus self-titled debut, much of the new record was recorded on a tour bus while the band was on the road opening for Miley Cyrus for the sold out Hanna Montana “Best of Both Worlds” tour. With that trek coming to an end on Jan. 9, the boys will reconvene in a proper L.A. studio to finish up work on sophomore effort. Yesterday, the band announced that they have signed a two-year, multi-million dollar deal with LiveNation and would kick off the first leg of their upcoming “Look Me in the Eyes” tour on Jan. 31 in Tuscon, AZ.